SEGA Workplace Consulting P.C. understands that navigating the ever evolving Workers’ Compensation system is a challenge for North American employers. We ease the burden, take away the guesswork and give you long- term control over your Workers’ Compensation costs.
We take a fresh approach to Workers’ Compensation claims management, program development and implementation. Our work is based on sound proven best practices which are tailored to the culture and the needs of your organization.
Our managing partners provide insight regarding Experience Rating to associations and employers across Canada. They have been involved in more than three hundred appeals at the Tribunal in the last ten years alone and have nearly fifty years combined experience in Workers’ Compensation/Health and Safety management, reviewing and managing Workers’ Compensation issues from every province and territory. Since 1995 Charles and Mark have been successful in working for thousands of Canadian employers, recovering millions of dollars on our client’s behalf as well as mitigating their future costs due to their unique expertise and advisory strategies!
We are ressponsible for many precedent setting decisions at the Tribunal (WSIAT) level for our clients, specializing in industries such as Construction, Manufacturing, Transportation, Retail and Health Care.
WSIB Working Groups In the summer of 2021 SE-GA launched a WSIB working group for Ontario Hospitals to discuss strategies, provide insight into complex claims management and overall to exchange and learn Best Practices from other Hospitals. This model w…lnkd.in/gFcEeC8T
#WSIB Webinar Wednesdays are back! The last Wednesday of every month at 1 pm (2/24. 3/24. 4/28) you can attend RATE FRAMEWORK for Beginners for no-charge. This session inlcudes real time adjustments to show the impact of change to premium rates. In-house training available
#WSIB Education - Has your company registered for our Rate Framework model WEBINAR? This class will show real time changes to the model using both positive and negative Board decisions and how those decisions impact future premium rates. This is a USAGE session; not engineering